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State Dept. Celebrates ‘International Pronouns Day’

'Screw They/Them...'

The State Department celebrated “International Pronouns Day” on Wednesday, saying it recognizes a variety of preferred pronouns, including “ze/zir/zirs.”

“These pronouns include the gender-neutral they/them/theirs—words that traditionally refer to a plural number but that today are used by some individuals who identify as gender nonbinary or who prefer not to share gender information,” the department said in a blog post.

“Other pronouns include the feminine she/her/hers and the masculine he/him/his,” it added. “Some people are pioneering gender-neutral pronouns such as ze/zir/zirs.”

The department also claimed that diverse use of pronouns was becoming more popular in the U.S., and it reminded readers that President Joe Biden signed an executive order aimed to “prevent and combat discrimination on the basis of gender identity or sexual orientation.”

Officials also touted the White House’s recent decision to include the prefix “Mx” on its contact forms, and announced the State Department will soon “include an option for nonbinary intersex and gender-noncomforming people” on U.S. passports.

Conservatives called out the State Department for drawing attention to radical transgenderism instead of the number of foreign policy crises that the Biden administration is supposed to be overseeing. 

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